Incentives

International Incentive Houses don’t only need to discover extraordinary destinations – they then critically need a ground partner they can rely on to conjure up the magic and deliver the programme with precision and notable excellence.

In short they require a total-solution, specialist, Destination Management Company (DMC) that has proven and acclaimed expertise, experience and a physical presence on the ground. 

As our name suggests twiice operates with laser-like focus in the Groups Markets – Team Building, Weddings, Incentives, Conferences, Events. The ii emphasises that INCENTIVES are our speciality that give us a thoroughbred global pedigree.

Consider the validity of such a claim...and also consider other vital benefits for our clients:

  1. twiice is headed by Glen Byrom, who pioneered incentive travel in southern Africa more than 20 years ago by founding DMC Green Route in Victoria Falls.
  2. Glen knows Incentive Travel and the possibilities that abound at Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Chobe Botswana like no other – the accolades (including two SITE Crystal Awards) and the testimonials from hundreds of incentive groups abound.
  3. twiice reinforces its unmatched destination expertise,  in local knowledge, buying power and creative wizardry , with two powerful factors:  Ownership of many key products and a Team of more than 300 on the ground.

Glen has two over-riding policies and questions for the twiice team – “Where is the Magic?” And “Delivery Excellence is in the Detail.”

Livingstone Zambia and Victoria Falls Zimbabwe are across the famous bridge separated only by the legendary Zambezi River. Chobe Botswana is less than 100 kms away on good tar roads through the heart of national parks to create a truly extraordinary “Wildlife & Wonders” multi-destination programme.

EXPLORE the Possibilities and THINK Twiice!

 


For smaller VIP executive retreats Lake Kariba is just over an hour away by light aircraft to the 24-room luxury Bumi Hills Safari Lodge that authenticates the word “unique.”